Hadassah Supports Netanyahu's, Kerry's Leadership in Resumption of Peace Talks
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, today expressed support for the United States and Israel, as well as the Palestinians, during Middle East peace talks due to resume this week. Marcie Natan, national president of Hadassah, released the following statement:
Hadassah Academic College Student Develops New Hearing Device
Mor Schwarzberg, a student at Hadassah Academic College's department of Inclusive Industrial Design has created a new instrument by which the hearing impaired can experience music and film.
Hadassah Centennial Campaign Wins Roaring Lion Award
Hadassah's Centennial Public Relations Campaign won the award for best public campaign of the year 2012 at the annual Roaring Lions ceremony of the Israel Public Relations Associations at Tel Aviv University on Monday.
Hadassah Magazine Wins Nine Rockower Awards
As in many previous years, Hadassah magazine won more awards than any other publication (magazine, newspaper or website), and more than all other magazines combined.
Hadassah Academic College Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Science Center
Hadassah Academic College held a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, June 17, 2013 for a new building adjacent to its historic campus in downtown Jerusalem.
The Jerusalem Netletter Sivan-Tamuz Edition 5773
Shalom from Jerusalem, where it's sandal season.
Hadassah Foundation Grants Fifth Annual Bernice S. Tannenbaum Award to Rabba Sara Hurwitz
The Hadassah Foundation will honor Rabba Sara Hurwitz, Dean of Yeshivat Maharat, the first Orthodox institution to train women for religious leadership, with its Bernice S. Tannenbaum Award, at a ceremony in New York tonight. The prize honors an outstanding young female leader who advances the status of women and girls in Israel or the United States.
University of South Florida Students Visits Hadassah Academic College
A group of
fourteen faculty members and students from the University of South
Florida visited Hadassah Academic College on May 27th for special
seminars conducted by lecturers from the College's department of
Politics and Communication.
Meir Shfeyah Holds Graduation for the Class of 2013
As usual, the Meir Shfeyah graduation was emotional and beautiful. Ninety five young men and women standing proud and tall.
Hadassah Remembers Senator Lautenberg
In response to the death today of Senator Frank Lautenberg, Marcie Natan, National President of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, released a statement.
Meir Shfeyah Youth Village Dedicates June Walker High School
Marcie Natan, Hadassah's 25th National President, pulled aside the satin curtains that covered the name of the late Dr. June Walker, Hadassah's 23rd President, and officially dedicated the Dr. June Walker High School for Life Sciences and Agriculture at the Meir Shfeyah Youth Village.
Youth Aliyah Graduate Sends a Thank You to Hadassah
Julia Nuterman, Youth Aliyah graduate, received a laptop computer courtesy of Hadassah.
National President Marcie Natan Strengthens Hadassah's Bond with Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC)
This year, as part of their annual fundraising events, the Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah brought in National President Marcie Natan, as the guest speaker at three events and had her meet personally with other Hadassah supporters in the community. She also toured Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) and heard from CCHMC doctors, including one Hadassah doctor in the United States working and studying for three years, about the incredible benefits to CCHMC and the two Hadassah Hospitals in Jerusalem brought about by the Israel Exchange Program (IEP). This was capped off by Councilmen P.G. Sittenfeld giving Marcie and Chapter President Bonnie Juran Ullner a Proclamation signed by the mayor proclaiming it Hadassah Day in Cincinnati on April 25, 2013.
Governor O’Malley and University of Maryland, Baltimore President Visit Hebrew University Hadassah School of Medicine
Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and Dr. Jay Perman, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, visited the Hebrew University Hadassah School of Medicine in Jerusalem today as part of a mission to fortify relationships between Maryland and Israel trauma care and emergency medicine and research. Perman also visited the trauma center at Hadassah Medical Center.
Jerusalem Netletter: Independence Day 2013
are featuring blue and white all week. One
make-up company is even promoting blue eye shadow and blue nail
polish. Flags are flying on and buildings and cars. Every street
corner offers stacks of barbecue equipment for sale.
Memorial Day at Hadassah Medical Center
Natan Sharansky, Chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, shares photos and a word with us on Yom HaZikaron.
April is National Donate Life Month!
According to the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network—the only national patient waiting list and most comprehensive archive of organ donation data—28,053 organ transplants were completed in 2012 from 14,013 donors. This minute, over 117,000 people are candidates on the organ transplant waiting list.
Jerusalem Netletter: Yom Hashoah 5773
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Hadassah Academic College Student Participates in Global Young Leaders Summit
Ms. Danya Avner, a student of Photographic Communications at Hadassah Academic College was recently selected to participate in the Israeli student delegation to the New York Global Young Leaders Summit held in New York City from March 26-29, 2013.
HAC Student Wins Second Place in Yad Vashem's Worldwide Poster Contest
Mr. Nimrod Levi, a 26 year old first year student in the Department of Photographic Communications at Hadassah Academic College was awarded second prize in Yad Vashem's annual worldwide poster competition.